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Historic leaves, volume 7, April, 1908 - January, 1909, Company E, 39th Massachusetts Infantry, in the Civil War.—(Iv.) (search)
kirmishers in front of the Brigade. They advanced and drove the enemy's skirmishers from three lines of rifle pits back into their works, which were near. At 5 o'clock in the afternoon our line was ordered to advance upon them, but as the assault was not successful, the line fell back to its original position, where it remained, exposed to a galling fire till late at night, when it was relieved. At Hatcher's Run February 6 and 7 E. B. Hadley was killed and Ambrose W. Coles lost an arm. J. W. Oliver was captured for the second time. February 8. In bivouac all day. February 9. The Regiment was on picket, and when relieved Friday (February 10) it returned to its old camp near Jerusalem Plank Road to get the baggage of the men. It then broke camp and took a new position at the extreme left of the new line, near Hatcher's Run. A camp was laid out, and the men began once more to build winter quarters. Thursday, March 9. The Regiment passed in review before Major-General John
Historic leaves, volume 7, April, 1908 - January, 1909, Records Relating to the old Powder House. (search)
ng twice before moved it since the Beginning of this War), which is, the great Importance and Necessity of building another Powder House, as well in Consideration of the dangerous Situation of that we now have in Boston and of the great Hazard of rising our whole Stock in one Magazine, as the Insufficiency of that to hold our present Stock, and allow Room for the turning of it, and thereby keeping it from spoiling. [From the House Journal for that year, page 246]: Voted that Mr. Welles, Mr. Oliver, Colonel Cotton, Mr. Hutchinson, Colonel Miller, Colonel Heath, Mr. Russell, Mr. Hall, and Mr. Royal be a committee to take under consideration that Paragraph in his Excellency's Message of the Day relating to the situation of another Magazine for Powder: and report at the next May Session what they Judge proper for this House to do thereon. [House Journal, 1746, p. 40.] A message from his Excellency by Mr. Secretary. Gentlemen of the House of Representatives: I should at th
eteenth Pennsylvania, 6. Norris, John, 48. Norris, Priscilla, 48. Northey, George A., 18. Nottoway River, 6, 7. North Star, The, 51. North Street, Boston, 73. Norwalk, Conn., 69. Nowell-Broughton-Gardner Farm, 90. Nowell, Increase, 88. Oburn, Mass., 89. Odiorne, William, 18. Old Cambridge Cemetery, 86. Old Cemetery Inscriptions, 42-48, 65-71. Old Powder House, 25, 89. Old Powder House, Records Relating to the, 62-65. Oliver, Francis J., 18. Oliver, Mr., 62. Oliver, Judson W., 8, 18. One Hundred and Fourth New York, 1, 6. O'Neil, Henry, 18. Opelousas, La., 56. Orcutt, Levi, Jr., 48. Order of the Eastern Star, 22. Orient Council of Massachusetts, 72. O'Sullivan, John, 18. Paige, —, 28. Paine, Brigadier-General Charles J., 60. Paine, Jeremiah T., 18. Parker, James, 29. Parker, Leonard Moody, 29, 35. Parker, Sarah Rebecca, 29. Parkhurst, Melville C., 18. Parkhurst, Lieutenant Melville C., 10. Palmer, William D., 18. Passaic, N. J., 15.